Your Ross County (H) matchday guide
It all comes down to this: Kilmarnock host Ross County in a one-game shootout to secure Premiership survival on Sunday 28th May 2023.
Requiring a draw to retain top-flight status, Derek McInnes has predicted that his team will have to deal with a dramatic 90 minutes which could erupt into a frantic game of “street football” in the final stages.
Tickets are available to purchase online, with a special Moffat Family package also on offer for just £25.
Unable to attend Rugby Park? Pay-per-view game passes are priced at £9.99.
Comments from the camp
Derek McInnes has praised the attitude of his team after a number of players made themselves available for the midweek victory at Tannadice despite carrying injuries. It will be a similar story this weekend, with only Liam Donnelly 100% ruled out of the clash.
Speaking on Friday, the manager said: “We had lots of boys putting themselves forward when they clearly weren’t 100% fit. I love that about my team, we have so many good characters. We had a lot of boys out there who hadn’t trained a lot but were willing to play. That type of attitude is brilliant for any manager, and it played out in the performance.”
You can listen to the full pre-match press conference – HERE.
Tickets are available online right up until kick-off and can also be purchased from the Killie Ticket Office before 2.30pm on matchday. QR codes providing a link to online sales are overtly displayed around the stadium to assist those who wish to purchase tickets upon arrival.
A ‘Moffat Family’ ticket package is on offer for the game, allowing two adults and two under-16s to attend for just £25! The family package must be secured from the Ticket Office in advance of the match.
You can buy standard match tickets online – HERE
Gates open at 2pm and turnstiles NE1/NE2 will be in operation this weekend.
16°: slight breeze, cloudy with precipitation not expected.
Referee: Kevin Clancy
Assistant Referees: David McGeachie & Craig Ferguson
Fourth Official: Iain Snedden
VAR: John Beaton
Available for £9.99, pay-per-view match passes can be secured – HERE.
Gerry McCabe will take position in the commentary box alongside John Barnes this weekend. The match will be broadcast to international subscribers who can view coverage as part of their package by logging into Killie TV as normal, while UK subscribers can tune-in for live audio.
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You can subscribe to Killie TV – HERE.
Moffat Stand fanzone
The Moffat Stand fanzone returns this weekend! Bring the kids along early to try out the street pitch, inflatable dartboard and Hexagol arena.
It’s the final foodbank collection of the season – let’s make it count! Foodbanks are currently running low on all supplies, so every donation is greatly appreciated.
A collection point will open behind the Moffat Stand at 1.30pm.
Grab your club colours
Time for a new lucky scarf? Season Ticket holders can secure 10% OFF items at the Killie Superstore, which opens at 10am on matchday.